Recycled E Leather Coasters
Product Code: 198571
Product Colours Available
Black, Grey, Navy, Red, Green, Teal, Ivory, Lilac
Minimum Order Quantity
£55.00 per debossed design per position
15 working days from proof approval
About this Product
Round coasters with turned edges and a velveteen backing, finished in E Leather made from recycled leather waste, bonded with water pressure to form a soft debossable leather material with a soft waxy feel. An environmentally friendly, recycled material made in the UK for a low carbon footprint when locally distributed.
Choosing this eco-friendly recycled leather product communicates the attitude of sustainability. When debossed with your corporate logo, this coaster will remind its users of the importance of sustainable solutions as well as advertise your business in an eco-friendly light.
Available in a choice of 8 colours to suit almost any marketing campaign or design.
E-Leather is made in the UK from leather waste which would normally go to landfill. The key difference between E-Leather (which is UK made patented process) and other mainly Chinese “bonded” leathers, sometimes described as “recycled”, is that E-Leather is manufactured without the use of oil based adhesives or solvents which are harmful to the environment.
The other key advantage is that the E-Leather material is soft, flexible, and embosses beautifully unlike bonded leather board for a high-quality finish.
Prices include a debossed personalisation in 1 position. Prices exclude VAT, origination and carriage.
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